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Hawaii Beat

For Monday, November 29, 2010


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Diarra leads Chaminade

Mamadou Diarra scored 21 points and De'Andre Haskins added 14 to lead Chaminade past Carleton (Minn.) 65-60 in a nonconference men's basketball game yesterday at McCabe Gym.

The Silverswords (5-2) shot 57 percent from the floor against the Knights (0-3).

Seasiders win again

Brigham Young-Hawaii's Marques Whippy turned in his third consecutive double-double with 20 points and 10 rebounds in an 84-56 nonconference basketball victory over Oakland City on Saturday night at the Cannon Activities Center.

Jet Chang added 18 points and Junior Ale had 12 on four 3-pointers for the Seasiders (3-1). The Mighty Oaks dropped to 1-5.

FOOTBALL

Montreal wins second straight Grey Cup title

EDMONTON, Alberta » Former Utah State star Anthony Calvillo led Montreal to its second straight Grey Cup title and third in nine years, completing 29 of 42 passes for 336 yards in the Alouettes' 21-18 victory over the Saskatchewan Roughriders last night.

Last year in Calgary, the Alouettes won on Damon Duval's 33-yard field goal with no time left after Saskatchewan was called for too many men on the field on Duval's apparent game-ending miss from 43 yards. Montreal has played in eight of the last 11 Canadian Football League title games, also winning in 2002.

Former Hawaii star Ryan Grice-Mullen did not handle the ball for Saskatchewan despite being the punt return specialist in the previous game, when he muffed a punt in the final seconds.





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